DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPUTERIZED POPULATION ANALYSIS SYSTEM

(CASE STUDY OF NATIONAL POPULATION COMMISSION ENUGU)

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ABSTRACT 
Computerized based spec analysis system includes the sets of methods
that allow us to measure the dimensions and dynamics of populations. These
methods have primarily been developed to study human populations, but are
extended to a variety of areas where researchers want to know how populations
of social actors can change across time through processes of birth, death, and
migration. In the context of human biological populations demographic analysis
uses administrative records to develop an independent estimate of the
population. Computerized based spec analysis system estimates are often
considered a reliable standard for judging the accuracy of the census
information gathered at any time. In the labor force demographic analysis is
used to estimate sizes and flows of populations of workers; in population
ecology the focus is on the birth, death and movement of firms and institutional
forms, the software is created and design with visual basic 6.0.


TABLE OF CONTENTS 
 
Title page         i

Certification        ii
Dedication        iii
Acknowledgement       iv
Abstract         v
Table of contents       vii
CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION       1
1.1 Background of the study     1 
1.2 State of the problem     2
1.3 Purpose of the study     3
1.4 Aims and objectives     3
1.5 Scope of study       5
1.6 Limitations of study     5
1.7 Assumptions       6
1.8 Definition of terms                     
CHAPTER TWO:LITERATURE REVIEW     
2.0 Accurate Population Data A Vital Ingredient for social and economic Policy                     7
2.1 Population and demographic divided           8
2.2 Family planning and reproductive health      9
2.3 Over population an obstacles to family planning   9 
2.4  overpopulation or overconsumption?           11
2.5 food, water, energy and the global population   13 
2.6 population of Nigeria                                            15 
2.7 population and housing unit estimates           16
2.8  why are censuses conducted?                             17
2.9 link between censuses data and development     17 
2.10   the determinants and consequences of trends in census data                    18
2.11 Nigeria‚Äüs experience in census exercise                  20 
2.12 country experience in the conduct of population and  housing census                    22
2.13 challenges  of population census                               25 
CHAPTER THREE 
3.1 Description and analysis of existing system             28
3.2 Fact finding method used                      28
3.3 Organization structure       29
3.4 Objectives of Existing system      30
3.5 Input,  Analysis                                       31
3.6 Output  analysis                                        31
3.7  Process  analysis                                                           31 
3.8 Information flow chart  diagram                                32
3.9 Problems of the Existing System             32
3.10 Justification of the New System     33
CHAPTER FOUR
4.1 Design of the New System       34 
4.2 Input Specification and design      34
4.3 Output specification and design              34
4.4 File Design                  35
4.5 Procedure chart                 37
4.6 System flow chart                 38
4.7 System requirements                39
4.8    Implementation of new system                                  39
4.9 program flow chart           41
4.10  Choice of the program language                                 44 
4.11 source of the program listing                                       44
4.12  test data                   44
4.13  system documentation                                                44
4.14  user documentation                                                   44                                            
CHAPTER FIVE
5.1   summary, conclusion and Recommendation s       45
5.2 conclusion                                                                        45 
5.3  recommendation                                                            47 
5.4 references                                         48


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